HOLT — Tobacco Barn Farm and the Kearney Enrichment Council will revive the glitz and glam of the Roaring 20s during a Golden 20s Gala starting at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 6, at the farm wedding and event space, 18503 Missouri Highway 33 in Holt.
With approval from Liberty City Council, Bird scooters have landed in Liberty’s historic downtown Square. The rental electric scooters offer riders a unique way to navigate highly trafficked areas. To unlock and rent the Birds, like these seen at Main and Franklin streets, a rider must downl…
SMITHVILLE — Classic cars and a host of family activities — all for a good cause — will once again take center stage in downtown Smithville’s Courtyard Park Saturday, May 8, for the 13th annual Larson’s Cruise for the Cause. The park is located off Main Street.
Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation shows that turkey hunters checked 31,798 birds during Missouri’s 2021 regular spring turkey season, April 19 through May 9. Top harvest counties were Franklin with 710 birds telechecked, Texas with 666, and Callaway with 639.
LIBERTY — Liberty City Councilman Jeff Watt, Ward 3, was lured to the Liberty Parks and Recreation monthly board meeting under the guise of presenting more details about coming Boy Scout Eagle projects: Blake Codding's renovations of the Canterbury baseball fields and Brady Brecht's Northwyc…
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